• 9,99 €

Beschreibung des Verlags

New Ways in Tennis presents a wide collection of training forms, which can immediately be ­integrated into daily training of various target groups. All exercises are visualised by 3D Court Graphics to allow for a quick understanding and implementation. The four main chapters of the book focus on the following key topics: target groups, forms of training, complex training and cardio tennis.


New forms of training for a high number of typical situations of play in tennis are illustrated and described for lessons and competition.


The complexity of tennis demands for an optimal connection of coordinative, technical, tactical, and mental aspects. This is where complex training steps in.


The combination of fun, conditioning, coordination, and racket sports allows for an efficient cardiovascular training for all respective target groups. These forms of training are illustrated.

Sport und Freizeit
10. Juli
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Tom Dafcik ,

Fantastic Book for Coaches and Players!!!

"New ways in tennis” is the perfect book for coaches and players providing an incredible number of innovative and state-of-the-art exercises for all kinds of skill levels.
At that, represented exercises are planned and structured in a way to mimic technical, tactical, and physiological demands of modern tennis.
Thus, it is a must-have for coaches and players seeking inspiration concerning exercise selections and effective training structures.
Well done!

SophMary ,

A must-have for every tennis enthusiast!

Well structured, good length and easy-to-understand visual illustrations. As there are exercises for any kind of level, it is a great source of inspiration for every player and coach to bring both variation and structure to their tennis practice.

Phil Sc. ,

Perfect addition for my trainings

I found some new exercises in this book, that I included in my daily trainings with kids and adults of all skill levels. The exercises are well structured and nicely pictured. And it helped me improve my game as well ;). I can totally recommend this book!

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